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Joe Simboli designed a set of War/Peace posters in 1968 in response to a call from Herb Lubalin, a well-known NYC art director for Avant Garde magazine, who was sponsoring a "No More War" contest.

Deeply affected by his experience at the liberation of Ohrdruf Concentration Camp during WWII, Joe designed the posters as a reflection on the insane nature of war. The Peace design, featuring a dove with the colors of mankind in its tail, represented the USA in a worldwide UN contest.


Giclee is a high quality print on heavy, archival paper. These prints will not fade and will last a lifetime. They are commonly found in museums and art galleries.

Dimensions are 9x12, with additional 1 inch white border for matting.
(12x16 also available in separate listing.)

For shipping outside of the U.S. please contact us directly. We can then provide S&H fee.

Giclee Print of Vintage Anti-War Poster from 1968

$70.00 USD
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  • Vintage handmade item from the 1960s
  • Feedback: 13 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Pennsylvania, United States